How to Cook Onions With Eggs in a Campfire / Lõkkes küpsetatud sibul munaga – Easy Outdoors Cooking

How to cook outdoors on a campfire – onions with eggs.

Cooking an egg on fire can be done in several ways. If you have a pan or a bot or other kind of fire resistant vessel, then it is really easy. Use them like you do at home. The question is, how to cook an egg without a pan or pot? Well, there are several ways to make campfire eggs.

You can cook your eggs in hot ash of a burned down fire. Or on the hot bed of coals. Or in the moss. Or in a paper cup. Or use hollowed out vegetables. Like onions.

To make campfire onions with eggs you need onions and eggs. Take the onion, slice it into two pieces. Carv the pieces and place a raw egg into them. But the onions with eggs directly on a nice bed of hot colas. Wait until the eggs are cooked.

Now you know one method how to cook an egg on fire. For other outdoors camping and survival tricks like how to cook outside or cooking on fre without cookware, check out our channel.

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Täidetud sibul lõkkes.

Üleelamine pole küll lihtne matkamine, kuid üleelamine metsas ei pea tähendama ainult puukoore närimist ning sellele kraavivee peale lürpimist. Kui see pole sul just eesmärk omaette. Ja tavaliselt ei ole, mistõttu läksid sa välja ettevalmistatult.

Tahad hommikusöögiks muna teha, aga unustasid potid-pannid koju? Pole probleemi, sest mu küpsetamine ilma pannita on imelihtne. Kui sa tead, kuidas käib muna praadimine kodus , siis sa tead ka, kuidas õues süüa teha

Lõkkel ei pea toitu tegema ainult pottides ja pannidel. Võid kasutada teisigi õõnesvahendeid. Nagu köögivilju, näiteks sibulat. Esmalt lõika sibul pooleks, kaabi seest tühjaks ning löö sinna lahti üks muna. Tee lõke üles, oota kuni on piisavalt sütt. Aseta munaga täidetud sibul sütele ning oota, kuni roog valmib.

Nüüd sa tead, kuidas käib muna praadimine pannita, aga kui sind huvitab ka, kuidas lõkkel süüa teha ning teised üleelamisõpetused ja üleelamisnipid, jälgi meie kanalit.

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How to Make Tea From Coltsfoot Flowers / Paiselehe õie tee – Easy Outdoors Cooking

How to make tea from coltsfoot flowers – enhance your wilderness survival skills by learning to make teas from nature.

Making tea from coltsfoot, has been a tradition in many regions of the world for a long time because they contain a lot of vitamins, minerals and other ingredients that are good for your health.

Tussilago farfara, commonly known as coltsfoot is a perennial herbaceous plant. It has been used as an herbal tea, it’s said to treat respiratory infections, sore throats, gout, flu, and fever. It has has also been consumed as a food product in many countries.

Coltsfoot tea is made from a spoonful of dried (or a small handful of fresh) flowers over which a cup of boiling water is poured. It is then left to infuse for 10 minutes after which it is consumed. Coltsfoot tea is effective against colds. Still, it may be wise not to consume the tea too often for a longer period of time.

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Paiseleht (Tussilago farfara) on mitmeaastane rohttaim, mis kasvab sageli jäätmaadel, teeservadel ja paljudes niisketes kohtades.

Paiselehte on kasutatud meditsiinis köha ravimisel, samuti astma korral. Purustatud õisi on kasutatud ka naha seisundi parandamiseks. Ajalooliselt on nii taime õie varsi kui lehti tarvitatud ka söögiks.

Paiselehe tee valmistamiseks võta 2 tl kuivatatud ja peenestatud (või väike peotäis värsket) droogi. Vala peale 1 klaas keeva vett ning jätta 10-15 minutiks seisma. Ravimina tarvitada kaks-kolm klaasi päevas.

Kuna paiselehte kasutatakse rahvameditsiinis erinevate vaevuste leevendamiseks, siis kindlasti pole mõistlik sellest valmistatud asju tarbida üle retseptis lubatud normi ning väga pikka aega järjest. Kuid see annab sulle juurde ühe võimaluse, kuidas looduses ellu jääda.

Kui sa tahad rohkem teada, kuidas lõkkel süüa teha või huvitavad ka teised söödavad metsikud taimed, kalapüük ning üleelamisõpetused, matkamisest, matkavarustusest ja loodusega koos olemisest rääkimata, siis vaata meie kanalit.

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Väätsa Nature Reserve Hiking Trail / Väätsa looduskaitseala matkarada – Estonian Nature

Väätsa hiking trail is located in the Väätsa Nature Reserve in Järva County. The purpose of the nature reserve is the protection of bogs, mires, and bog forests.

On Väätsa hiking trail, you can see a section of the ancient Paide-Tallinn winter road, which is well-preserved on the 1.2 km bog section. The average thickness of peat on the winter road is more than 3 m.

During the period of the manor, the bog pools in the middle of the bog were connected with ditches that are visible to this day to dampen the meadows in the upper course of Lokuta River. The area between the bog pools with a modified water regime is covered by a unique 100-year-old bog pine grove.

Väätsa hiking trail is 3 km long and the start of the hiking trail is marked with an information board.
Estonia is the perfect place for a holiday. In all of the seasons, especially if you are a nature lover. For other bushcraft survival outdoors videos about wild Estonia check out our channel.

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Väätsa matkarada asub Väätsa looduskaitsealal Järvamaal, kus 1,2 km pikkusel rabalõigul saab näha hästi säilinud lõiku iidsest Paide-Tallinna taliteest.

Mõisa ajal ühendati raba keskosas olevad laukad kraavidega, mis on nähtavad tänaseni, et niisutada Lokuta jõe ülemjooksul olevaid loodheinamaid. Muudetud veerežiimiga laugaste vahelist ala katab harva esinev 100 aastane rabamännik.

Väätsa matkaraja kogupikkus on 3 km ning selle algus on tähistatud infotahvliga.
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Nature Connection for Wellbeing (with Glennie Kindred)

Celebrated author of books on earth wisdom and nature connection, Glennie Kindred co-hosts this live workshop with Lea Kendall, nature therapist and mindfulness in the woods practitioner. Together they share a range of practical skills and techniques you can use in your own life to foster a deeper connection to the natural world.

Rewild your life, reconnect with the Earth, reawaken your inner hunter-gatherer. This workshops makes the perfect introduction for anyone wanting to deepen their own connection to nature or wants to start leading groups of their own in therapeutic sessions in an outdoor setting.

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Techniques to Practise Mindfulness in Nature * The Benefits of Following the Seasonal Cycle of the Sun * Celebrating the 8 Celtic Earth Festivals * Forest Bathing; What Is It? Why Is It Good For Us? * How To Increase Your Awareness of the Lunar Cycle * Keeping a Moon Journal * Using Bushcraft to Reawaken Our Inner Hunter-Gatherer * The Power of Trees to Create Deep-Time Connection * Q&A Session

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How To Identify Common Sorrel (Wild Food & Foraging)

Discover how to identify and forage for Common Sorrel, one of my favourite spring greens with it's vibrant lemony taste. It goes great with fish. This plant is easy to identify and use in your cooking and it tastes so good. You will get recipe ideas and learn about poisonous look-a-likes.

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Note: Always have the permission of the landowner if you want to forage and ensure you have a good field guide (or two) with you so you can make a a positive and safe identification of the plant.

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